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It doesn't matter how you start, what matters is how you finish. Harriet's journey is one marked by a strong faith in the belief that you can overcome, if you try hard enough. Like so many women, in her quest for love, she married a man who physically and emotionally abused her. An immigrant with no landed status, Harriet was dependent on a system of justice to provide her with legal immigration status in order to continue living in the United States.
When the marriage ended, she was left with no status and had to find an immigration attorney who through The Violence Against Women's Act processed and solidified her immigration status. The journey from non-resident to resident took fifteen years.
In the meantime, she worked and wrote books and hosted radio shows and was interviewed on Television about her books and her experiences. Today she writes daily in her blog; Harriet's Blog:Never Look Back. She uses this medium to communicate to women the importance of unity and how to survive life obstacles. In addition to writing she hosts The Harriet Cammock Show on BlogTalk Radio and KEBN Radio.
Harriet continues to inspire and motivate individuals through her social media interactions. Her profile can be viewed on Google+, Face book, Twitter and Youtube.
Harriet began The Faith Hour in 2009 and used this platform to launch The Renewed By Grace Conference which was designed to bring together men and women whose lives were touched by abuse. "I want to show everyone that you don't have to look like what you went through," Harriet said. Using creative resources and with involvement from other community organizations, Harriet plans to host another conference sometime in the next several months.
Harriet has appeared on The Word Network, Authors TV, HOM-TV, and Atlanta Live! Harriet was also granted the 2012 Phoenix Award for her advocacy against domestic violence from the Oakland County, Michigan, Domestic Violence Agency .
Through adversity, Harriet published her first book Visions in 2004. This was followed by Musings Of The Spirit in 2009. Her latest book Through The Fire was published in February 2011. Currently, she sits on the organizing committee of The Oakland County Prevention Partnership an organization designed to educate residents of the county on violence prevention.
For more information on Harriet and her latest project, visit her web site at www.harrietcammock.org